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But the layers of lies hide one last, deadly secret which goes back to the days of the X-Men's founding, and the Professor's timing couldn't possibly be worse Get A Copy. Hardcover , Premiere , pages. More Details Original Title. Other Editions 2. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about X-Men , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Sep 23, Sam Quixote rated it it was ok.

Some baddies kidnap Daken so Logan and Xavier set out to rescue him. The storytelling is awkward at best. Such is the jumbled nature of crossovers. The Daniel Way issues are readable too. Nov 27, Paul E. Morph rated it it was ok Shelves: comics-read-in An Original Sin tie-in that has absolutely nothing to do with the Original Sin crossover.

OK, I suppose it ties in thematically but it doesn't tie-in with the actual events. This aside, it's an OK story, if you're not already bored to death with the expounding of Wolverine's origins. It also serves as another knife in the back for Professor X. They really were quite determined to make everybody hate him before they killed him off again!


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Dec 28, Gavin rated it really liked it Shelves: comics. This is the fleshed out version of a storyline that's been building in the Wolverine:Origins books, and this is a very good version of that story. It rests fully on the mutual history shared by Charles Xavier and Wolverine. Both have done many things they're not proud of, but Wolverine needs X to help him save Daken, and he won't take no for an answer. Luckily this book doesn't totally take Daken and tame him either, which would be a shame. The art is solid, Wolverine's dimensions expand even furt This is the fleshed out version of a storyline that's been building in the Wolverine:Origins books, and this is a very good version of that story.

The art is solid, Wolverine's dimensions expand even further, and there's a step forward in his character.

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X also grows somewhat, and is far more interesting here than in his wheelchair bound know-it-all we usually have seen in years gone by. For me it was very good, but I've got the context of the Wolverine Origins books; however, those aren't necessary to read and enjoy most of this. The cover is ridiculous; there's maybe 2 pages that feature those X-Men on the cover in the story and they are just part of a flashback. This is all Logan, X, Daken and a few others. Jul 12, Mike rated it liked it. I've come into this by way of the preceding X-men comics, without benefit of the preceding Wolverine: Origins comics.

As a continuation of the X-men story it's solid - perhaps better because of the "Wolverine always makes things cooler" effect. As crossovers go, the story was well-coordinated - which is rare.

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But in terms of how much it made me want to keep reading the Origins? Not sure. Quality of the writing was pretty good - except for the schizo personality that "developed" for M Interesting. Quality of the writing was pretty good - except for the schizo personality that "developed" for Miss Sinister?!? Dunno, but I won't miss her when she's inevitably removed from the narrative. Deodato wins, hands down. Compared to his rich shadows and depth, the other guy looks just flat and boring.

Good, but flat. View 1 comment. Jan 20, Arturo rated it really liked it Shelves: xmen-divided-manifest-destiny.

Wolverine wants to help his son, Deken, because his memories are all messed up not to mention all the programming he's gone thru. And wolverine would know something about that. But some villains get here hands on Deken and feed him lies. Sounds like the tv show Angel. So to me it sounds like the same old story to me. On the other hand, the mixing of Wolverine and Prof X first encounter, what led to it and afterward.

Was handled well. Throwing in Sabastian Shaw and Ms. Sinister was ok. The art wa Wolverine wants to help his son, Deken, because his memories are all messed up not to mention all the programming he's gone thru. The art was great, Deadato's rendition of the first Hulk vs Wolverine and Wendigo fight looked amazing. Sep 17, Derek rated it liked it Shelves: comic-books , speculative-fic , read-in This path Charles Xavier has taken, all this remorse and contrition and pathos and mending broken past, is going to be the death of him.

He's a much more well-rounded character, more complex, so he's fun to read, but damn, does it get a little despairing and futile at times. But such striving is what makes good comics good, so not complaining. Just wondering where it will all lead to. This was a cool collection, rather short though. Aug 02, David Edmonds rated it it was ok Shelves: read , x-men. Could there be anything more tiresome than yet another revision to Wolverine's history? Yes, there can be. Yet another Wolverine ripoff character.

There's a difference! Now, he's a b Could there be anything more tiresome than yet another revision to Wolverine's history?


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Now, he's a bad guy! It's basically Wolverine all over again. In fact, Wolverine goes to Professor X to try to do the same brainwashing on Daken that Professor X did on Wolverine back in the day, in yet another revision to his past.

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The only reason I'm giving this lazy story anything more than 1 star is because the parts around the story are well written and the ending actually didn't go where I thought it was going to go, even though it still ended up paralleling Wolverine's own story a little bit too much.

Jun 14, Jeff Lanter rated it it was ok Shelves: graphic-novels. I only read the X-Men Legacy issues of this event because I had already read a fair amount of Wolverine Origins before giving up on it. Unfortunately, one of the characters I like least in Marvel comics, Daken, is in this story. The good news is that he is mostly incapacitated and has lost his memory so he is less annoying than normal. Even with him out of the picture, I didn't think this was all that great of a crossover and it seemed a bit forced.

Sebastian Shaw worked alright as a villain eve I only read the X-Men Legacy issues of this event because I had already read a fair amount of Wolverine Origins before giving up on it.

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Sebastian Shaw worked alright as a villain even if it seems a little too soon for him to be back, but Miss Sinister did not. She lacked any real backstory and her dialogue seemed inconsistent from panel to panel. I did love the art in the first couple issues, but other than that, I thought this was mostly forgettable and unnecessary. I'm going to stop reading X-Men Legacy because it just hasn't grabbed me and I think it is time to move on and try to read something else. Aug 09, Don rated it really liked it. Here's the story in a nutshell: Wolverine has a son we didn't know about and he's trying to help him get his memories back because his son Daken was brainwashed like he was in the Weapon X program.

I thought it was a very good story. Considering that it's a collection of issues in an ongoing series, the story is going to have an open ending without full resolution.

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That was ok in this case, the story arc by itself was enjoyable and the artwork was magnificent. One reason I like Wolverine comics Here's the story in a nutshell: Wolverine has a son we didn't know about and he's trying to help him get his memories back because his son Daken was brainwashed like he was in the Weapon X program. One reason I like Wolverine comics is because there isn't a lot of extra dialog, but plenty of action.